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Premise-based or Cloud-hosted VoIP?

Premise-based or Cloud-hosted VoIP?

The cloud has become the infrastructure of choice for many business owners. For others, premise-based infrastructures are still favored. So when it comes to VoIP phone systems, which infrastructure is best for your business?

Installation and maintenance

On-premises VoIP phone systems are installed at your company’s office, typically managed and maintained by your own personnel.

Scammers are creating new scams just for VoIP

Scammers are creating new scams just for VoIP

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) makes business communications simple and inexpensive. Naturally, shrewd scammers have found a way to use VoIP as a means to carry out ‘vishing scams,’ a new type of phishing whereby fraudsters make phone calls, pose as a business or financial partner, and request private details.

Enhance VoIP calls with a dedicated circuit

Enhance VoIP calls with a dedicated circuit

Your business can rely on hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service providers to ensure internet connection is always at maximum speed. But a fast internet connection doesn’t necessarily result in excellent VoIP call quality. When expectations fall short, business owners can get very frustrated and resort to upgrading to a fiber optic connection until the desired quality is achieved — this may end up costing more.

Your SMB needs these Facebook tools

Your SMB needs these Facebook tools

Facebook is like a Swiss Army knife, practical and featureful. But did you know that Facebook has hundreds of built-in marketing features that 1.8 billion users worldwide are mostly oblivious to? With that in mind, here are four Facebook features you can use to boost your SMB’s social marketing efforts:

Audience Insights tool
This free tool is designed to help businesses learn more about their target audience.

3 ways 5G data will change VoIP

3 ways 5G data will change VoIP

In this digital age, mobile connectivity is a top priority for personal and business users alike. 5G, or fifth-generation wireless systems, will change not only people’s daily routines but also the way small- and medium-sized businesses operate. Here are three main ways that 5G will change VoIP for SMBs.

Improved video conferencing
The major factor holding web and video conferencing back is how fast current networks can transmit data.